You know life is crap when school is better than home.
In short for three days I've been banned from the Playstation because my brother stole something from my room. Because I'm an idiot I decided to throw some of his stuff at the floor and one thing broke. I can't go on the Playstation and have pretty much stayed in my room. Oh, and I had an argument with my best friend because he was talking absolute bollocks and wouldn't accept he was wrong. I apologised this morning.
Since then it's been ok, lessons were decent, got home, went upstairs.. not actually done much other than homework, although I did get a letter from the NHS (I've been referred to a specialist to look at my eyes, one pupil is a different size to the other), and had to explain that I haven't seen my brother being bullied (apparently he's being bullied, I think he's just a twat).
Ah well. Non school uniform tomorrow for no reason whatsoever. My brother is having a sleepover so he won't be here, I'm allowed back on the PlayStation so guess what I'm doing :3.
Oh, and I currently have an obsession with die Arzte at the moment, been listening to 'Rebell', 'Manner sind Schweine' and 'Yoko Ono' a lot. Yoko Ono is the shortest single ever released, it's pretty epic.
Well, yesterday was good too. My English teacher looks like Sean Bean!!! I've been resisting the urge to call him Mr Boromir for quite a while .
I pissed off my maths teacher by talking too loud (although he liked my 'ima firin mah lazor' version of David Cameron), surprised my Biology teacher by ACTUALLY WORKING and seemed to be the only person in existance in German... >.<
We got to choose P.E options and I chose Football since it's the only thing I'm talented at :P There's a new guy at our school who moved from the school across the road, apparently we're far more friendly here :P I was asked to show him around on the first day and I was like hmk, but yesterday he hung out with a few more people :)
My Mum gave me the latest Cherub book, Brigands MC (it came out last year but I didn't buy it) and I'm pretty much finished with it. I watched the Euro qualifier for England, and won a little league on PES with my team, Pirate Lickers :o.
Town today :o There's going to be more people than there was during the holidays so we can play a big game :o
Was supposed to be meeting a friend in town at 12pm, went there and waited an hour or so. Probably should have texted him straight away but got one saying he overslept and couldn't be bothered going in. That was very fun :P
Got lunch, came home. Not really done much since. There's not even any point to this blog xD.
Listening to Swindon-Huddersfield on the radio which is making me very nervous :P Rugby is on later too, which will hopefully be good - hoping for an English Grand Slam, hopefully we can beat Ireland :P
I managed to break out of that circle of horridness. A little bit.
Yesterday I was dragged out of bed at 9am, so my just about 6 hours of sleep meant I was tired all day but when I went to bed at 1am (I was up and didn't realise the time, when I saw I was like oshizzle an hour late) I slept straight away, until about 11. On Wednesday I need to be up for about 8, so we'll see what happens tomorrow - probably setting an alarm for about 9:30. That's a good midpoint for me, at least
What I did yesterday is of notable enough mention to bulk up this blog by a paragraph or two. I went to the Forest of Dean, and had a walk around a few parts of it. It was nice, it's a really beautiful part of the world, even though I don't like walking around aimlessly. My favourite bit of the day was either getting KFC in Bristol on the way home (Godfather box meal ftw) or talking with my brothers and parents in the forest about how I can exaggerate my interests.
Okay maybe not two paragraphs.
Today started with a trek into town.... with my two brothers and my Dad. After shopping for groceries, etc, we went to the games shop and traded in my brother's games. My youngest brother traded in Prototype and got £7, and the middle one traded in AC2 for £6, despite me encouraging him not to bother.
Luckily the trip wasn't a waste, because I found the Uncharted 2 strategy guide (I'm trying to start collecting these for when I move house, it will look quite impressive having all my gaming stuff together) for 99p :3. I'll get it tomorrow probably. I also found out I'm getting £10 for some help around the house, so I'll have money to get Yakuza 3 some time this week too :)
I haven't done anything else on Fallout because I'm not allowed on the ps3 today (apparently I've gone on too much, but most of the time my brothers have been on. I've been going out most days, so I think it was aimed at my brothers but enforced on me too :))
I bought Yakuza 3 earlier for £15. Pretty good game, the majority of it so far has been cutscenes with a few fights thrown in, but I've just gotten to the part where you can do stuff that you actually want to do .
I'm going to reserve judgement because I'm hardly through it at all, but it's pretty fun so far. My brothers don't like the look of it, but I'm fine with that as it gives me more time to play on it :lol:.
Today seems like a blur. One moment I was in school, the next I was eating green chinese wafers... where to start.
Humanities. Watching clips from Platoon and Forrest Gump. Everyone got bored so we just watched most of Forrest Gump (double lessons :)). Then Physics, a 'computer' lesson, even if we went to the computer room for just 10 minutes. Then ICT. I did more work than I needed to but I'm now quite far ahead of where I need to be.
Everyone on Facebook seems to be posting the new Wombats song on it, about two months after I did. It's funny. Everyone is comparing them to Scouting for Girls which is untrue, because they're not utter shizzlee I'd rather kill myself than listen to. I digress :).
I might be rewarded for lots of hard work at school with a game, I'm debating between Fifa 11 (which admittedly I don't enjoy the demo of, I don't know why it's being praised) or Dead Rising 2. :)
Why do 3 people I would date come along at the same time?
Suppose it's not a bad thing really
but it's confusing
I think one likes me but I've got a 100% failure rate with people I think like me. And people I don't think like me for that matter -.-
Although given the evidence I've gathered it is more likely
For example she was pretending yesterday she was dating a guy called Conor (tis mah name lol) and I was like 'really? cool :P'
and she was like 'no lololololo'
and i was like 'baby baby baby ohhh' 'do you even know anyone else called Conor?'
and she were like 'no lulz'
might just be having a laugh like I do with everyone lol
Also I've just realised that compared to last year I'm a lot cooler
I'm still not cool but I'm cooler
You see, I speak to a lot more people than then
I had like 3 close friends and like 10/15 other friends
Now I'm pretty much friends with everyone and have 3/4 close friends
and I'm not scared to talk to the opposite gender
for one my best friend is a girl
and for two I speak to another one every day for hours too
AM I BECOMING A FANG?
I had three lessons of science today, somehow I am:
A. Still sane
B. Thinking about how I enjoyed today, kind of.
The lessons were all boring. The majority of Biology was sitting through our teacher talking about the small intestine while I talked to one of my friends about nonsense. Physics was a demonstration about fuses which would have been really boring if I didn't make a lot of people laugh by trolling our teacher :(. Apparently '720 degree no scope across the map favela with a flashbang' in a really stupid voice is funny :(
Then History and English, tl;dr version - bleh. It was ok. Chemistry was somehow really good.
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We were doing some practical I've done loads of times before (copper oxide + sulphuric acid -> copper sulphate + water) and we were evaporating the stuff we'd just filtered when the stuff started spitting at me. For some reason, I decided to make a reference to an event at Euro 2004, when Francesco Totti spat on somebody, by saying 'OMGZ IT'S SPITTING LIKE ITALY' in the same voice as '720 degree no scope across the map favela with a flashbang', which throughout the day had turned into 92million degrees. Anyway, I thought nothing of it at the time, a few people laughed (even though they didn't get my reference at all, because I wouldn't have if I didn't say it). Anyway, two minutes later the girl I've mentioned in a favourable fashion recently came up with her friend (who I'm on pretty good terms with, I make her laugh a lot) came up and said something about 'Why are you dissing Italy? We've got an Italian here' (obviously you can't tell but her tone of voice was similar to my 720 deg... forget it... and she was laughing). Anyway, she pointed at the girl with the eyes. For some reason I decided to mumble 'real life event... euro 2004... totti....'. Neither of them understood, and I blushed a lot. Too much. When they left I realised how much I was blushing; the swelling on my ankle hurt a little bit less.
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Anyway, I think that the way that they said it was kind've jokingly :(. Ugh, I've made ANOTHER blog hormonal, but whatever, it gets this crap off my chest.
Does anyone have any ideas of what I could do tomorrow? Specifically any pick-up lines to use on her related to acids and bases.
What a difference a day makes.
Today was really good, beginning with waking up on time. Got ready, got to school, blah blah blah. I had double humanities first, it was ok, we learnt about the Cuban Missile Crisis. My teacher didn't find 'In Soviet Russia, missiles remove you from Cuba' all that funny, but most people in my class did . I was also quite interested, to be honest.
Next lesson was Physics. Physics is an odd lesson - I despise the actual subject and I'm not keen on the teacher, but she lets me get away with most things. I can tell a lot of jokes and as long as I'm not out of my seat I don't get told off. I'm also the only person who volunteers to do stuff, so today I had to stand in front of the board with a scientific word and guess what it was. After getting it (easily), I had to choose someone in my place. I chose someone in the voice I had sang their name in for 5 minutes before the class and a lot of people were laughing. His scientific word was charge, and we had to help him guess. I don't know why he didn't get my comment of 'It's what you shout before a battle'.... To be fair, the next one he had to do was coulomb and a lot of words sound french.
Then double ICT. We scrapped our rubbish project and got given a new one, because this one will actually get us a GCSE. It's much easier doing the planning which we're doing so far, because we can basically copy our plans from last year and just change the publications.
Oh, the only downside was going to the dentist. I just don't enjoy someone drilling into my tooth. And I might have to get a crown if my new filling falls out.
Work Experience begins next week for my school. For most of Year 10, my year. Not me, obviously, for a few reasons. The first being it's not really work experience if you don't make money out of it - and I wouldn't do. The second is that I'm going on a trip to China with school in the second week, so I don't see the point in doing 5 days work for no money. Oh, and I'm a lazy sod.
So all of that means 5/6 days of being the only kid in classes for most classes (in Science and History I have a few classmates, not sure about anything else. P.E on my own will be fudgeing hilarious).
Words have been swimming around in my head all day. It's not a bad thing, it's just weird.
This morning I was talking to the girl who I kinda admitted I liked (by saying I love you to a girl out of the blue, if you're not a regular reader of this blog). I might as well update what happened. We talked things out and then took a week's break from talking and things settled down to normal again :) I don't particularly like her in that way now, either. The incident probably brought us closer really, and I've resigned myself to the fact that there won't ever be a me and her. Just the wording of her messages made it quite clear :/
AAAANYWAY... she said she was feeling ill so I said 'if I could go to Germany right now, I'd give you a massive hug'. Pointless saying it, really, since I can't go to Germany, but meh.
She responded with 'cute' and it's been going through my head all day. Not that I like her, but it's just not often I get told something I say is cute or what-have-you. It's the second time this has happened recently (after attempting cheering her up last week she told me I'm sweet) but it feels weird. I don't know if she's trying to hint at something, or if I'm just reading too much into it as always.
Meh, compliments are compliments :/ I just guess I'm not used to them so I think about them all day
Let's just say I got nervous and didn't say anything, it'd be easier that way.
Obviously it'd bely the truth that after not saying anything to her, I walked home, sat in the garden as I'd forgotten my keys waiting for my brother to get back, thinking of something to say, and then for some reason went and messaged her on Facebook telling her that I was in essence a coward.
Thanks Scrum, you absolute dick.
UPDATE: She messaged back basically contradicting everything I said about me being a coward, but that she doesn't see me in that way. Fair enough, really.
The girl I like has shown three more signs of liking me since the last blog, so I'm almost entirely sure that I should ask her out.
I've arranged to talk to her tomorrow and have just said I need help on something. The only other times I can catch her is when she's going out of lessons with her friends, and I feel more awkward, so I'll feel better this way.
Hopefully she'll say yes.
I slept through the whole morning, somehow, and woke up at 11:30am, so I quickly ate breakfast, showered, got changed, did teeth and sat and did nothing for a few hours.
I'm still doing nothing. I love days like this.
I'm about to tell you a story.
It is a story that begins on Tuesday. My friend posted a status which I don't even remember what it was about but it went off onto a tangent. Anyway a girl commented and we talked on there for a bit and she added me. We didn't really talk much after until yesterday night, and then we talked for ages, nearly 2/3 hours I suppose :(
Anyway, I'm not entirely sure what to make of it but she seemed to be flirting a little bit, and kept saying I look like Justin Bieber (in a nice way actually since she likes Justin Bieber, and it's lost its corrosive value after months of being likened to him) on a wall post from a friend of both of ours. Eventually the friend posted 'get in there Conor, she loves Justin Bieber' and I was like lolwut.
Anyway 15 minutes or so passed and then she said 'will you marry me on facebook? I like being married on facebook' so I am now married to her on Facebook.
I'm confused though, from a lot of her statuses from last night after I went to bed she was seemingly talking about another guy, so I don't know if we're going out or anything :/
Not that it really matters where I've been, since you won't all be bothered - and to be frank, I'm not that bothered either - but I thought I'd give you an update.
I was staying with grandparents for three/four days. It was hell. I'm glad I live 5 hours away from them tbh.
I got back on Wednesday, and then on Thursday spoke to my the most awesome person in the world and she cheered me up from my shizzle few days . As each day passes it gets sooner to when we're going to meet. We don't know when yet but we were talking about it yesterday and it'll probably over Easter or in July, since that's when we're both off school. I'm so excited to meet her
GCSE exams are easy. However, when you're supposed to be in one and you don't know where it is, you begin to panic. A lot.
My timetable said I was in one room. Everyone surrounding me in the register was in another. I was caught in two minds. Then it turned out I was in neither and was in another. I LOVE MY SCHOOL. :glasses:
To top it all off when I walked in looking all paniccy, all the people in the room burst out in laughter, and the examiner then decided to ask me if I was alright about a billion times
But it's alright, the exam was piss easy
Today was even better. What the?!?!?
Physics was meh (other than being shouted at by someone for talking about loudly about octopuses, which was quite hypocritical as they'd been talking loudly about nothing in general), Biology was meh (my friend got moved for doing work, I didn't understand). However for the last 15 minutes me and some friends were allowed into a computer room on our own, so we just went on hotmail and talked to each other on messenger :).
P.E was awesome, I'm doing badminton (badmanting) and it's such a good sport ;) English was okay, I thought it'd be crap as we were writing essays but I found it really easy and finished with 30 minutes to spare. Maths was okay too, I actually did work for once and realised I actually understood quadratic equations all along.
Oh, and I was supposed to be going the cinema with my friends but my Mum forgot to give me my money for the train and the cinema tickets, so I can't go. They're going, and said we'll arrange something again in a few weeks (don't know what is out though - we were going to see Harry Potter but everyone will have already seen it, including me. I was just told 'You're going' so I said 'Ok').
Write German essay while maniacally tired
Wake up to find it's bloody great
Only one more essay to go until Sunday is free of work!*
*see: actually I have 14 maths questions to do but FUDGE OFF
Sidenote: WHY DOES MY KEYBOARD NOT HAVE UMLAUTS ON IT? (screw the fact I'm british, I want umlauts nice doggy!)
The weekend has been good so far. Yesterday was pretty awesome, went into town for like 8 hours and managed to get lunch for like £1. I originally planned to buy two drinks and did for 80p, then my friend was like 'dun want mah sausage roll no moar or ma crisps' so I gave him 20p for them :D.
Played football pretty much all day, and I have giant blisters on my toes. Urrgh. They hurt. And all my joints hate me for my movement.
Finished Brigands MC, was very good. I got PLAY magazine and read that for a bit last night. I researched Black Ops a bit because I'm sad :D.
Today will be a lazy day I reckon. So far I've been up 5 hours and the most notable thing I've done is go on the ps3 :D My Dad is selling all our junk so he sold my ps2 and a few of my psp games for like £10, so I've got that to spend whenever I want it :) They've gone off for a walk so my brother and me are at home alone. He'll probably start singing in a minute :D.
Well, that was a load of points you didn't care about :D School tomorrow, the lessons are going to be ok - so far I know I have maths, english, break then history (I hate maths but my teacher is a legend).
So, what have you done this weekend?
So today's Sunday. NO RLLY?
I finished school two days ago, but it feels really weird, I'm just not used to not having the Sunday 'oh school tomorrow' feel when other people in my family do - everyone in my family is getting ready for work/school, and I'm not. :/
Tomorrow's the first monday in aaaaaaaaaages I've looked forward to. I'm meeting some friends and then revising history all day. Doesn't sound fun, but it's always nice to meet up with friends as awesome as mine, and although history is quite interesting, I know we'll do something else and the day will be all the more memorable for it. That's not building it up for failure, that's predicting based on past experiences.
Tuesday I have an exam at like 2pm, so I have to go in to school then, but only for after lunch so I get so much sleepy time :/
I think this is a just reward for the fact that at school since Christmas I've been a living zombie due to the small amount of sleep I get during term time. Hopefully 3 months will be enough to catch up on it in time for A levels :/ I've already found I've not been that tired during the day after a week off and then less strenuous work in school, so hopefully... fingers crossed :)
It's been a challenging week so far.... A lot of my friends are really down so there's not been many people to have a light hearted conversation with, and trying to cheer them up is quite hard too. I'm used to a few friends being down but not the majority of them. Meanwhile I've been having a fairly good time speaking to the girl I mentioned a few blogs ago. Shame she lives in a different country really. As a little background we've been in contact for almost 2 years, but it basically slipped by mind to tell my parents about her and now I've realised I ought to and don't know where to start. A few days ago she mentioned something about meeting up and I thought that was a good idea. Since then she's actually got permission to do it so I've pretty much got to get permission to meet her from my parents, but they don't know who on earth she is. I'm basically on the drawing board for the plan at the moment, it's mostly thinking about wording because I know what I need to say.
Anyway, I felt a bit like crap on Sunday due to tiredness and not talking to anyone, but I'm alright now. I dunno about anyone else though. I can't really do anything due to being a bit hopeless, so I'm thinking about stuff. It's really boring.